Cortina Inn & Resort
Full of history and charm, there’s something for everyone in Killington. From shopping to nightlife, world-class accommodations and dining; whatever you crave, it’s here. Whether you’re turning on a ski trail, around the bend on a mountain stream, or on a leisurely drive on a country road, every season brings new reasons to discover Killington.
Killington Peak was bought by Mr. Proctor in 1919 from M.E. Wheeler of Rutland and given to the State of Vermont in 1938. The Vermont Marble Company sold around Killington Peak some 6,000 acres of land to the State in 1945 to be included in the Coolidge State Forest. This is the land which the Sherburne Corporation had leased from the State for its ski lifts, lodges, etc. in 1957.
Outdoor Recreation: Snowboarding rentals and carefully crafted guided tours are very popular here and are available nearby. With miles to explore, you’ll never get bored and rarely see the same place twice. You may also enjoy hiking when in season. The Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail are just a mile from the door of our hotel near Rutland, Vermont. We offer free maps. You can also take some time to explore the hotel’s extensive gardens, try your hand at cross-country skiing or experience a seasonal guided mountain bike tour. Golf and other sports are available nearby as well.
Shopping: Those who enjoy shopping will enjoy being with us all the more. Quaint little shops are everywhere in Rutland as well as Killington and Woodstock, both just minutes away. Plus, you can go just a bit further to Manchester and Glen Falls for high-end outlet shopping sure to satisfy even the pickiest purchasers.
Near the Cortina Inn, there’s always something to see and do.